Danfoss Showcasing Partnership Capabilities in Technology and Design at bauma 2019

Danfoss has expanded its booth space at this year's show to better demonstrate its capability for developing new technologies and implementing them into customer machines.

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Danfoss Power Solutions will highlight its growing expertise as a technology leader and partner in off-highway vehicle design in two booths at bauma 2019 in Munich, Germany from April 8-142019. The booths reflect the company’s recent emphasis on obtaining new technologies and areas of expertise.

The increased footprint of Danfoss at the show is indicative of its increased capabilities — both in developing new technologies and implementing them into customer machines.

“As an industry leader in technology and design, we invest in developing and applying the technologies that shape the mobile off-highway industry,” says Dan Ricklefs, Vice President of Global Marketing from Danfoss Power Solutions. “From traditional hydraulic systems to the latest developments in connectivity or electrification, we can help engineer and optimize a solution for our customers.”

Design in new dimensions

These capabilities take center stage at Danfoss’s main booth in Hall A3.125. As a technology leader, Danfoss will showcase recent advancements in electrification and digital displacement.

In addition, visitors at the booth will experience how Danfoss is a design partner, applying these core technologies to the entire machine life cycle management and design process. Elements in this design process include design and configuration, simulation, autonomous functions, connectivity and aftermarket services.

Sensor technology and diagnostic solutions

At its second location in Hall A2.103, Danfoss will showcase advanced human machine interface and connectivity solutions.

Solutions are divided into three categories: human-to-cloud, machine-to-cloud and machine-to-human. Visitors will experience hands-on how a PLUS+1 Connect platform can organize connected data, and how they can modernize their machine cabin with state-of-the-art components.